- Amandrai – Ali Farka Toure (released 1988, album “Ali Farka Toure”, Mande, folk, blues)
- Elected – Alice Cooper (release 1972, album “Billion Dollar Babies”, Hard Rock)
- Only Women Bleed – Alice Cooper (released 1975, album “Welcome to My Nightmare”, Soft Rock)
- Fallin’ – Alicia Keys (released 2001, album “Songs in A Minor”, Neo Soul, R&B)
- Never Ever – All Saints (released 1997, album “All Saints, R&B, Pop, Soul)
- Uptown Top Ranking – Althea & Donna (released 1977, as a single, Reggae)
- Hunger Of The Pine – Alt-J (released 2014, album “This Is All Yours”, Indie Rock, Art Rock)
- Sabali – Amadou & Mariam (released 2012, as a single, Malian music, worldbeat)
- Foi Deus – Amalia Rodrigues (released 1956, as a single, Portugese, Rado)
- Fuck Me Pumps – Amy Winehouse (released 2004, album “Frank”, R&B)
- Love Is a Losing Game – Amy Winehouse (released 2007, album “Back to Black”, Soul)
- Pokarekare – Ana Hato (with Deane Waretini) (released 1927, as a single, Maori)
- Summertime Clothes – Animal Collective (release 2009, album “Merriweather Post Pavilion”, Indietronica, experimental rock)
- I Can’t Stand the Rain – Ann Peebles (release 1973, album “I Can’t Stand the Rain”, Soul, Memphis Soul)
- Blackwater Side – Anne Briggs (released 1971, album “Anne Briggs”, Folk)
- Aguas de marco – Antonio Carlos Jobim & Elis Regina (released 1973, album “Jobim”, Jazz, Bossa Nova, Latin)
- Hope There’s Someone – Antony & The Johnsons (released 2005, album “I Am a Bird Now”, Baroque Pop)
- Come to Daddy (Pappy Mix) – Aphex Twin (released 1997, as EP, drum and bass)
- Strange and Beautiful (I’ll Put a Spell on You) – Aqualung (released 2002, as a single, Pop Rock, Electronica)
- Rebellion (Lies) – Arcade Fire (released 2005, album “Funeral”, Indie Rock, Art Rock, Post-Punk Revival)
I grabbed a list from a site regarding the 1,001 Songs You Must Hear Before You Die. Hopefully it’s an accurate list. I’m going to try to get through list in one year, which would be about twenty songs each week. I will be creating this Music Monday Playlist to share which songs I will be listening to, for the week.
Music Monday 01
- 96 Tears – ? and the Mysterians (released 1966, album “96 Tears”, Garage Rock, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock)
- Voices Carry – ‘Til Tuesday (released 1985, album “Voices Carry”, Pop, New Wave)
- Because the Night – 10,000 Maniacs (released 1993, album “MTV Unplugged”, Alternative Rock, Folk Rock, Soft Rock)
- Dear Mama – 2Pac (released 1995, album “Me Against the World”, Hip hop)
- Bonita Applebum – A Tribe Called Quest (released 1990, album “People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm”, Alternative hip hop, Jazz, Rap)
- More Than a Woman – Aaliyah (released 2001, album “Aaliyah”, Pop, electoro, hip hop)
- Dancing Queen – Abba (released 1976, album “Arrival”, Disco, Europop, Euro Disco)
- Voulez-Vous – Abba (released 1979, album “Volulez-Vous”, Disco, Europop, Euro Disco)
- The Winner Takes It All – Abba (released 1980, album “Super Trouper”, Disco, Europop, Euro Disco)
- Whole Lotta Rosie – AC/DC (released 1977, album “Let There Be Rock”, Hard Rock, Rock and Roll)
- Back in Black – AC/DC (released 1980, album “Back in Black”, Hard Rock, Rock and Roll)
- Kings of the Wild Frontier – Adam & The Ants (released 1980, album “Kings of the Wild Frontier”, Post Punk, New Wave)
- Walk This Way – Aerosmith (released 1975, album “Toys in the Attic”, Hard Rock, Funk Rock)
- The Sun Always Shines on T.V. – A-ha (released 1985, album “Hunting High and Low”, Synth-pop, pop rock, new wave)
- Save Me – Aimee Mann (released 1999, album “Magnolia” Soundtrack, Contemporary folk)
- Kelly Watch the Stars – Air (released 1998, album “Moon Safari”, Space pop, chillout)
- Tired of Being Alone – Al Green (released 1971, album “Al Green Gets Next to You”, Soul)
- The Snake – Al Wilson (released 1968, first released as single only, Soul)
- Woke Up This Morning – Alabama 3 (released 1997, album “Exile on Coldharbour Lane”, Electronica, acid jazz, trip hop)
- You Oughtta Know – Alanis Morissette (released 1995, album “Jagged Little Pill”, Alternative Rock, Post-grunge)
My mom and I went to see Midway in the theater. I told my mom that we should go see it as part of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. The movie starts with the attack at Pearl Harbor and shows events leading up to, and the battle at Midway. It is interesting to read about the general strategy and events, but it really hits home with the personal stories. Things like this should definitely not be forgotten.
Do you like crab? Seems that crab season also creates a crab FEED season that are usually fundraisers for schools, churches, and non-profits. I belong to a non-profit that has been putting on a crab feed for 26 years. Volunteering to work this event got me to try crab and I realized that I enjoy the seafood. I also learned that there are people out there that LOVE going to a bunch of crab feeds each year. I had no idea that it was such a thing to do, but they are a ton of fun (and a ton of food).
I want to take a moment to promote my organization’s crab feed (tickets are still available). And I plan to write up a couple of posts about working a crab feed and also attending one for “bucket” list checks. I really encourage you to go try one out.
Have you worked or been to one?
Step Right Up for the Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032’s 26th Annual Crab Feed, January 19, 2019 at our NEW VENUE: Citrus Heights Community Center!
General Admission sales ($65). For tickets, click here